Prof. Westengard | O628 | Fall 2022

Dolma Tsering


Hello, My name is Dolma Tsering. I am currently in my fifth year studying architecture at CityTech. I am from Queens and grew up in Nepal. I’ve been in this country for more than 13 years. In my free time, I like to play volleyball, watch tv shows, travel, and try to learn to cook. I used to play volleyball in high school and loved it. TV Shows are something I can’t live without, I mostly watch American shows and Kdramas. I’m trying to learn how to cook because I love food and I’m not trying to waste money. I also love to eat snacks, these days I’ve been addicted to Kurkure, a South Asian chips brand with its masala-tasting chips.
My academic goal for this semester is to pass all my classes and not be stressed. Hopefully, I can graduate with a professional Bachelor of Architecture degree and have a fantastic thesis project. Then go travel the world before giving my life to the American life of 9 to 5. After that, I would like to start working at an architecture firm to start gaining experience and put hours towards becoming a licensed architect.
I think Gothic means something dark and that it is connected to the time when people made choices based on religious beliefs, especially in architectural decorative choices. I have studied Gothic Architecture in one of the required history classes for the architecture degree. I’m excited to learn about Gothic literature and how it connects to architecture.

1 Comment

  1. Laura Westengard

    Hi Dolma, it is nice to meet you! I look forward to hearing more about your knowledge of Gothic architecture and the way that relates to the texts we read and watch this semester. It sounds like you are almost done with your degree. Good luck!

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